ПЕРЕВЕДИТЕ, ПОЖАЛУЙСТА, БЕЗ ПЕРЕВОДЧИКА, А СВОИМИ СЛОВАМИ
Christmas Day, December 25th, is probably the most exciting day of the year for most English children. They know that they will get presents, just as they do on their birthdays, but on Christmas Day most of them will also see what their brothers and sisters have received. They also have the pleasure of giving presents, which is often as satisfying as receiving them.Traditionally, English children hang a stocking at the end of the bed on Christmas Eve. In the morning they check whether the stocking has been filled with small toys, fruit and sweets. Larger toys will be nearby.The morning will be spent playing with new toys, then comes lunch, often with the turkey or goose as the main dish. Afterwards there is Christmas pudding to be eaten. Usually a coin or two will have been hidden inside it, and part of the fun is to see who finds it. No doubt English hospitals receive urgent telephone calls every year from parents whose children noticed the coins only as they were swallowing them.
- Новый год, 25 декабря, вероятно самый захватывающий день в году для большинства английских детей.они знают что получат подарки,так же как они делают на свой день рождение, но большинство из них на Новый год так же увидят что получили их братья и сестры . Они так же с удовольствием дарят подарки, и так же с удовольствием их получают